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The Sunday Crossword by Evan Birnholz crossword of October 21st, 2018 other clues
Org. known for helping hounds
Performing ___
Black-and-white noises
Its size can be measured in angstroms
Powder mineral
Alder's anchor
"Leave this to me"
App-testing phase
Temple Square's state
Spots for slots, e.g.?
Maker of Screamin' SRX fluorescent paint
Irritable mood
Arnaz-Ball production company
Mischievous being
Relative of a bowfin
Far from perceptive
Prediction maker
Soprano with a Tony?
Cornish Rex's sound
Gelateria selections
Cedar Rapids school
Rite Aid rival
High-stakes contests
Indian menu side
Barefoot
The New Republic writer Jeet ___
Bit of choreography
They may be queens
Upside-down rooster?
Sports org. since 1904
Zebra on ice
"Can I help you?"
"___ try!"
Sign of an incision
"___ your words"
Word found in TEETOTALER, ironically
Made Jaguar noises
"The Addams Family" character said to have an IQ higher than 300
Was a threat to
Bagel shop quantities
Natives of the Plains
Is finished dozing
Comedian Bridget
Singer Corinne Bailey ___, or a singer's asset in reverse
Wildly enthusiastic
___ Lingus
Item needed for driving
Cheerful song
Like the humor of many Judd Apatow films
What an air ball misses
Visits
Langston Hughes poem first published in 1926
"Darn!" in Dortmund
Angling purchase
Gritty drama's quality
Indian menu side
Cosmopolitan and others
Right fielder Slaughter
With 105 Down, site of the Norwegian Trench
KFC additive
Alexandrite, e.g.
Guitarist Hoffs who co-founded the Bangles
Excessively scrupulous
What tailors measure
"Venerable" saint
City where Barack Obama made a historic visit in March 2016
Trivial gripe
Hiddleston of "Thor"
Rattled
Barbershop service
Sharp obstacles in "Sonic the Hedgehog"
Like full-grown Empires
Frogner Park's city
Pass (out)
Like some wrecked ships
Novelist Waugh
Satyr's emotion
Places down
Playwright in the Lowell Swortzell play "Young Eugene"
Good Friday's period
Parrying weapon
Lobe-piercing choice
French spread
Exemplars of grace (1848)
Attains
Pianist who said, "Music is not a hobby, not even a passion with me; music is me" (1800)
"The Daily Show" correspondent ___ Wood Jr.
Basis for discussion
Food processor?
Bassist Vicious
What a camera captures
Document signed by a monarch (1844)
Carve into stone, say
0, to Manchester United
Bend down
Difficult to understand
Educational career path (1980)
Rush of blues music
___ in two (common chess puzzle)
Madonna's zodiac sign
Checks for mistakes
Close pal
Structure for a Native American healing ceremony (1996)
Start to unravel
Soliloquy segment
Item in a lunchbox
Substance in a syringe
Sobieski of "Never Been Kissed"
Breaks limits, in a way
Like the hillsides scaled by rock climbers
Member of a study group (1992)
What's going to happen
Some choral ensembles
Yonder pirate ship
Controversial song by Prince that spurred the creation of parental advisory stickers on albums (1816)
Contented exclamation
Make numb
Go to extremes with
State for an astronaut (2000)
"Hang on"
SC Johnson wrap brand
Common brunch hr.
Gets into, as computer systems
Tried to claw open
Second-place finishers, and an alternate title to this puzzle
Stuff in red blood cells
Badlands tableland
Baby and Doll, e.g.
Big part of Hollywood?
Totally absurd
Prone to wickedness
Emperor Wu's dynasty
See 100 Across
Cowpoke's catcher
Material for building bridges
Call before a snap
Blog post code
Product of length and width, at times
"What ___ is there?"
Pamper, with "on"
Virginia Woof or Fyodor Dogstoevsky, e.g.
Kyle Mooney's show, briefly
Sow's enclosure

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